Edo: ‘APC will return to power after Obaseki’s tenure’ – Oshiomhole

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Edo North senator, Adams Oshiomhole, on Sunday declared that the All Progressives Congress, APC, will return to power at the end of Governor Godwin Obaseki’s tenure in November.

Oshiomhole said Edo State will rise again starting November 12 when APC governorship candidate, Monday Okpebholo, succeeds Obaseki.

He spoke at the new APC secretariat on Ikpokpan Road, off Boundary-Sapele Road in Benin, while welcoming a PDP chieftain, Nosa Adams, along with thousands of PDP members into APC.

According to Oshiomhole: “We will work very hard to ensure the defeat of PDP, Labour Party, and the 13 other participating political parties in Edo.

“APC will return to governance of Edo State on November 12, 2024, when the second tenure of PDP’s Godwin Obaseki will expire.

“Okpebholo, a grassroots politician, will re-ignite the engines of growth and development in this great Edo State, without speaking big grammar, consultancy or memoranda of understanding.

“We need a governor who can do, not a governor who can talk. Okpebholo, the incoming governor, will work very hard for Edo residents.

“The way to keep a political party together is to respect the elders. I am very excited with the transparent manner in which Nosa Adams meticulously identified and presented the defecting members of the executive at the ward and local government levels in Egor LGA of Edo State. No PDP member is left in Egor LGA.”

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